An artistic collaboration between me and Yoda Navarette for Moleskine Exchange 34. Yoda’s entry is on the left and mine is on the right. To see more of our work, and the entries of our group’s other fantastic artists, please visit our blog at: http://www.moleskinex34.blogspot.com
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My entry in my book for Moleskine Exchange 34.
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This is my second entry in my Moleskine for Moly-X13, a Moleskine Exchange group.
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Illustration for moly_x, http://www.flickr.com/groups/moly_x/, international sketchbook exchange.
My son works on his midterm paper at The Copper Cup, Bloomington, IN.
So far, this book is a collaboration between Fernand Léger, Samantha Zaza, and myself. Many other artists will contribute to this collection of portraits (of szaza), http://mxportraits1.blogspot.com/.
My entry in Anna’s Moleskine for Moly-X13. It’s mostly gouache and some ink. The little cloudy bit on the left was done by the fantastic artist Laura Martin of Spain. Right now the little Moleskine is on its way home to Anna.
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My self-portrait for the first Moly-X Portrait Exchange.
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This is my entry in my Moleskine for Moly-X29, part of the International Moleskine Exchange. All artists in Moly-X29 are assigned one colour of the rainbow to work in, mine is violet.
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My entry in Pedro Lucena’s Moleskine for Moly-X24, part of The International Moleskine Exchange. Please visit http://moleskinex24.blogspot.com/ see the work of the other artists and to watch our progress.
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